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mammogram results. state records show this man should of made it happen. we ask why he didn't. good evening everyone. >> thank you for joining us this evening. donald trump is on the campaign trail in the bay area tonight. in 2 hours trump is expected to take the stage for a rally at the midflorida credit union amphitheater in hillsboro county. earlier he told the crowd showing polls trailing clinton are phony and he plans to n is out at the amphitheater right now. >> reporter: they are fired up without a doubt. waiting in long lines. take a look right here since this morning. trump will be here working on energizing supporters kwraoeubg he has been doing in other battleground states. now, most are showing a double digit deficit. trump said he is winning and
veteran republican vet -- veteran republicans are saying it is not possible to come back. they are saying clinton has been infective and trump can turn our country around. membership supporters say immigration is one of the top concerns. >> definitely the immigration. that is the biggest issue in my jobs. >> reporter: rump expecting to take the stage at 7:00 tonight. just around 6:00 i will be going one-on-one with the candidate with the questions that you want to know about. i will have more on news channel 8 at 7:00. hillary clinton's running mate, tim kaine making several stops. the make or break role in the election telling the crowd in orlando that florida is
tampa on wednesday. many polls are showing her with a comfortable lead. we have been going through the numbers. we go live to the dc bureau. mike what are you seeing? >> reporter: josh, clinton's campaign can not pop champagne yet. when you look at some of the numbers it is amazing because we are seeing a double digit lead for clinton in at least one poll of likely voters but what is interesting these numbers have changed so much over the last several weeks. let's talk about this poll. one are prosecute abc news, the last few days. more than 800 voters surveyed and it his clinton at 50% support to trump's 38. and you can see johnson right now at 5%. so, even though it has a margin of error of 3.5%, for clinton this is a very strong suggestion that she is on the right track for right now.
>> happenings because he has a mouth full of tick tacks he can force himself on any woman within groping distance. i have news for you, donald trump, women have had it with guys like you. [cheers and applause] >> elizabeth warren fired up on the stage in new hampshire. now, later this week clinton campaign will see another high profile campaign for the first time alongside hillary clinton. michelle has done the events before. we have seen the front page news come out of it. her speech at the dnc in philadelphia as well as a campaign event not too long ago. syruply getting the base fired up. however we are going to see the campaign back, as you were talking, clinton later on this week in florida. her daughter chelsea will campaign throughout wisconsin. no sign, though, josh, of the
out by the campaign. maybe a sign they want to keep the focus on the people we talked about. >> yes. florida hotbed for both campaigns right now. we will get back to the poll we were talking about. a 12 point lead. that seems like it was larger than we have seen. surveys showing the same tkata or is it all over the place. >> this is interesting. we look at the polls clinton is usually leading but nothing like that abc nows tracking poll. by the most points we see about 5-7% point of when you listen to trump or even some of the republicans on tv they are going to point to certain polls in swing states like florida where trump could be ahead by 2 or outside of the margin of error. there is no taught the polls will narrow. 12 points is an outliar. if are clinton's campaign it is not a bad spot to be in. >> i just got a text from cnn,
they like the news either way. thank you very much. we are hearing from many wondering where they can vote early. >> reporter: you can vote in 7 tampa bay area counties. here let's take a look. now on saturday, early voting will begin in: here is what you need to bring with you. a valid photo id such as a driver's license, pass port, military id or student id. your picture id does not have your signature on it you will need more identification including a debt or a credit card.
updated including your address. if you moved to a new home or a new county within florida notify the supervisor of elections in your new county. you can up date all of that information on-line. >> we posted locations, hours of early voting sites at wfla.com. everything you need is right there. in the news center. news channel 8. >> we want to give you the specifics here that she referenced. we got a list of early voting locations, complete election guide all on our web site. all you need to do is go to wfla.com and click the news tab and then select politics. 20 years ago today the police shooting of an unarmed black man during a traffic stop sparked riots that consumed
is happening. >> reporter: good evening, josh. 20 years later friends and family they say they still want charges brought forth in the shooting death of tyrone lewis. >> we are going to continue to still fight. that is it. >> reporter: 20 years later tyrone lewis jr wants justice for his dad. gunned down by st. petersburg police officer. today, his family and members of the movement spoke at th happened in 1996. >> i never thought that i would be growing up and see my brother killed in the street. people witnessed him being killed and the officers were still found not guilty. >> reporter: october 24th lewis was pulled over for a traffic stop by james knight and sanda minor. witnesses say knight stepped in front of the vehicle and fired shots through the windshield when the vehicle started to move.
in the black community. put st. petersburg in the headlines. >> they are going to have to have tyrone on their route to work and on their way to get dinner and on their way home. >> we will always fight for justice for him. for everybody that has been killed. >> reporter: now, happening here tonight at 7:00. then, following a vigil. they plan to put a street sign up. >> what is the city saying about all of it this? >> reporter: i reached out to chief hollow, a y to ask about the shooting and he preferred
the shooting and he preferred not to talk about it and i asked if they will take the sign down, no response. a group of men in halloween masks could be behind burglaries. they tried on to break in and failed and they left and a similar crime was reported at a puma store. they believe the two crimes are likely connected. women trying for get their mammogram records knew they better call when they could not get answers. high school football scandal. players found ineligible. the consequences for two bay area schools. what a van fastic day. upper 70s for this evening. we will talk about effects and
two schools in both schools have gotten reports there were players living at addresses other than the ones provided at the schools. they conducted investigations and self-reported. >> a lot of the players putting the work in for the coaches and the administration, it is disappointing. they are still going to move forward and continue out the season. >> sickle high school had to forfeit 6. the other, 3. neither team will be eligible
stripped because the player gave the wrong address. a dry atmosphere. so, as a result max defender quiet at the moment. not seeing much in the way of shower activity. staying quiet over the next few days. our temperatures, too, on the comfortable side. bringing back humidity, too. well say breeze as you clearly see here. new port richey. we see high clouds in here mixed in. but, again, dry air high above. lots of blue sky, too. 79 degrees here at freedom plaza in sun city plaza. north easterly flow. the other northeasterly transition. now, there is a nissan camera.
78 degrees. 40% relative humidity. high clouds. nice shot for sunrise today. gary getting a beautiful shot. up north, hillsboro county. looking that way elsewhere. high clouds, mugginess forecast, taking a dip. seeing it through wednesday. there it is, friday, saturday. pleasant and not bad category. noticing a bit more in the atmosphere. we are almost in november. the sun angle is low on the horizon. normal high that is below our averaging, 83 degrees at 4:00 p.m. close to our average high given the time of the year. 76 degrees right now. largo. 77. temple terrace. upper 70s. upper 70s, near 80 degrees. now, keeping in mind the dew point is still relatively low. in the 50s for the most part we did have 30s it this weekend.
moisture and we will continue to. reading 37 degrees the dew point temperature right now at crystal river. a flowing across the state. a few clouds popping, across the southern portion of the state. the moisture is more. you can see the drier air continuing across the area. that is helping to keep it fairly quiet in if terms of precipitation for this hour. the high clouds moving figure here from the west. we get into winter we are ei subtropical flow that is carrying a few high clouds across the state. that is pretty much the rule. most everywhere you travel in the sunshine state with a few of the clouds. the model, nothing going on in the way of the shower activity things are quiet. high pressure is our big feature. shefting a little bit prosecute the north -- shifting a little bit.
easterly flow. any time you bring a northeast or easterly flow it tends to bring in more moisture here locally. lifts the feel of the warmth in the atmosphere. feels warmer. overall we have a cold front to the north of us. computer model picking up on the front. sagging to the south. rain chances less than 10% for wednesday afternoon. pollen, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, in the moderate category throughout the midweek into the late week temperature on wednesday. yes with a moisture in the atmosphere we will warm the lows. 68, 67 degrees, wednesday, thursday, friday. then halloween, warm for this time of the year. 80s. the rain chances 10% or less.
locked in a storage facility. thousands of mammogram results sitting somewhere. some woman have been trying to get their files for months. shannon wehnken joins me now. >> reporter: i have. today i went on the hunt to find the former medical director of the facility. this is the man that but i found things may not be what they seem. >> reporter: it has been nearly a year since this center abruptly closed and a growing number of women are turning to me for help getting their records back. >> hi. >> reporter: center owner tells me he locked the records in a storage facility. he admits he is overwhelmed. he meets some women with records others hear nothing. the state officials say someone
files. the former medical director. dr.henry. i spent the day trying to track him down and finally found him at a new job. >> so you don't feel you are responsible. >> correct. >> reporter: he has a pretty good explanation. you see, state health officials list dr. henry as the last medical director of women's diagnostic but he left 7 months before the doors. a new medical director was never listed. >> the state might of had my name but i was not working there at that time. >> does that responsibility leave with your employment? >> good question. i don't know the answer to that. >> he feels terrible about what happened to his former patients. >> did you know how he was
occupiership of the records. and that they were kept -- ownership of the records and that they were kept in a secure facility. >> reporter: there is no record of a new medical director and at the time it closed the state was working to revoke the license and citing a failure to maintain monthly billing records. >> numerous issues going on here. what is the new information mean? more importantly for pnt about the medical director. they are investigating that and all of it this. the most important thing they tell me is for all of these women to file a complaint to look at them individually. they could take over the records and that is probably what needs to happen. >> even the former medical director is not sure he is still the responsible one because no one was named in his absence. >> he is worried it will come
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attracting high waged jobs for families who need them and fighting a bureaucracy that too often gets in the way. dana young for the florida senate. a return to common sense. warnings ignored ahead what saint pete leaders knew and when they knew it. good evening, everyone. >> thanks for joining us. millions of gallons of sewage poured out of a waste water holding tank during the hurricane and floated to tampa bay. today, the city leaders in saint petersberg met to point fingers and figure out how to stop it from happening again. news channel 8 was there. >> reporter: today, city councilmembers tried to get to